Hemophilia of North Carolina

Since 1977, serving the people of North Carolina
affected by bleeding disorders.

260 Town Hall Dr., Suite A, Morrisville, NC 27560
1-800-990-5557 (toll free)

Dear Sponsors,

Hemophilia of North Carolina is grateful to you, our corporate partners, for the support you have given over the years. You make it possible for us to deliver vital and unique services to North Carolina’s bleeding disorders community. We thank you! We hope we can count on your continued support in 2017 and beyond.

As we reflect on 2016 and look to the New Year, we are proud of the progress that we continue to make in fulfilling our mission. In the past year our staff has grown to three full-time employees, allowing us to enhance the current programming and to expand our outreach. We have implemented a Mentoring Program for new families that are looking for support and guidance from more experienced parents within the community. It is not easy to navigate the complex world of bleeding disorders, and now these new families will have someone to call, day or night! We held our first of many Family Day events, allowing members to come together, focus on meeting one another, and share good times.

Most notably, we decided to restructure our well-known Hemophilia Walk program and rename it as the HNC Family Festival. The events will still be hosted in our largest cities, Charlotte and Raleigh, and will still feature the familiar walk component. However, the restructuring of the program will simplify our fundraising and logistics while also creating a more inclusive environment for all members of the community, both those affected by bleeding disorders and those heretofore unfamiliar with our mission.

At Hemophilia of North Carolina we seek to better the quality of life of all those affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, and other bleeding disorders. We serve families as well as individual patients. We provide educational materials and opportunities to learn more about their disorder, and about dealing with the special challenges and complications they may face in life. Our educational efforts extend to the families' local communities, to healthcare professionals, and to the community at large. We provide financial support to those in crisis. We support research, and work closely with the treatment centers to help assure that each patient, each family, has the greatest opportunity for a happy and successful future. We are advocates for people with bleeding disorders, working at the local, state, and national level.

Our programs, services and membership have increased considerably over the past several years. Membership has continued to grow at 5% per quarter, and we have expanded our program offerings from 13 general sessions in 2008 to about 45 in more recent years. Our range of programming now includes not only general membership educational meetings but also specific support and educational programs for targeted populations – men, women, teens, families with young children, and the Latino community. Attendance at our events has increased as our membership has grown and become more involved; at the same time we continue to expand the depth and breadth of the programs we offer.

Each year we hold educational meetings, seminars, targeted support meetings, cultural and recreational enrichment activities, and more. We publish a quarterly newsletter, and maintain this website as part of our effort to keep our community in touch. On this page you will see what we have planned for 2017.

Your support is always needed, and always very much appreciated. Thank you for helping us make a difference!

Please feel free to call us at 800-990-5557 if you have any questions or need any further information.

HNC’s 501(c)(3) Tax ID number is: 56-1273974.

November, 2016

Sponsorship Opportunities for 2017 (*)

Revised August, 2017


This is a list of sponsorships available at publication time. All programs and sponsorships are subject to change based on grant opportunities and economic conditions. As more programs and events are introduced, information on those will be distributed. In addition, if there is a particular type of program you think would serve the community well and that you wish to sponsor, please contact us.

Sponsorship information (pdf/347kb) (a printable version of this information). Note: The information on this website will always be considered current and up to date. Updates to the printable document may lag by a day or two.

Newsletter ad specifications (pdf/132kb).

2017 Family Festival – Sponsorship Opportunities (complete listing) (pdf/210kb).

Mailing Policy (revised 2015) (pdf/425kb).


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[Adult Retreat] / [Annual Meeting] / [Family Day] / [Family Educational Retreat] / [Family Festivals] / [H4H Casino Night] / [HNC/HSC Teen Retreat] / [Holiday Celebration] / [Men's Educational Retreat] / [SOAR Fundraiser] / [Yard Sale] / [Newsletter] / [Individual Mailings] / [Additional Opportunities]


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Hemophilia of North Carolina (HNC) welcomes everyone in its efforts to support the community of persons affected by bleeding disorders. HNC is a non-profit organization; we do not endorse any pharmaceutical product, specialty pharmacy, or home care service. We recognize that our membership includes many who are employed by or otherwise associated with Industry. We are also aware that Industry employs some persons who are themselves affected by a bleeding disorder and who are a direct part of the community supported by HNC.

HNC makes every effort to ensure that the members of the bleeding disorders community are always able to make a clear distinction between its own activities and those of Industry. Further, it is essential that we create beneficial and pressure-free experiences for our community members, and to protect participants in HNC events and programs from inappropriate solicitation. Accordingly, HNC has developed a set of Standards for Industry and Industry Agents (pdf/139kb).